The Book Smart Project

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By Pam Teel Tasha Toth and her husband, Kevin, both of Roosevelt, to date, have collected and donated over 18,000 children’s books to lower income families, school districts, and other organizations in need of books across the state of New Jersey and abroad. As a child, Tasha had always loved reading a new book and … Continued

Avoid Being Pulled Over by The Police

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By John Bazzurro Obviously, the easy way to avoid being pulled over is to refrain from violating any traffic violations. However, in my practice, I have recently seen a number of people pulled over for reasons other than moving violations under the traffic code. Because the first defense for attorneys in representing individuals in municipal … Continued

Dimensions of Appreciation

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Remember how you feel when you count yourblessings and express your gratitude this time ofyear? Why not do it every day?! Consider how your level of appreciation for the good things in your life improves your mood and raises your vibration. Having a high vibration doesn’t help you resist all the negativity around you; it … Continued

THE BUYER’S SIDE OF A REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION

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As you may recall, last month’s article addressed what a seller needs to do to legally prepare for the sale of their home. This is a follow-up to last month’s article and relates to the concerns that a buyer should have in a New Jersey residential real estate transaction. As indicated last month’s article, the … Continued

ERA Central Realty Group Announces EDGE Scholarship Winners

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Five Scholarships Awarded to Central NJ High School Graduates Ravi Arya of Northern Burlington Regional High School, Madison Cortes of Steinert High School, Charles Vizthum of North Brunswick High School, Anthony Surdo of New Egypt High School, and Zachary Zawatski of Freehold Township High School have been named the 2020 recipients of the ERA Central … Continued

WHAT IS CONSUMER FRAUD?

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As we swing into the springtime, many people have work performed on their homes. Fortunately, under New Jersey state law there is protection for homeowners who enter into contracts with home improvement contractors. New Jersey has promulgated the Consumer Fraud Act for the protection of consumers in various types of transactions. One type of transaction … Continued

Student of the Month

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By, Pam Teel Seven year-old Ares Ahuja is in the second grade at the Millstone Primary School. Ares’ favorite subject in school is math but he loves recess too where he gets to run around and play with his friends. Ares is a great student and works hard to get the best grades. His favorite … Continued

How Busy is Too Busy?

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By, Susan Heckler Every child is an individual, the below is a guideline which may need some customizing based on your child’s wants, needs, and abilities. Grade-by-Grade at a Glance Kindergarten should be simple and free — one or two after-school activities a week are more than enough. A great choice may involve their creative … Continued

The Logic of Logos and Catchphrases

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Catchphrases can be described as a phrase that attracts or is meant to attract attention; a phrase, as a slogan, that comes to be widely and repeatedly used, often with little of the original meaning remaining. Some sayings are now so commonplace we’ll say them but have no idea where they came from. Did you … Continued

Use Your Brain

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Learning and experiencing new things is a great way to challenge your brain. Whether you are 25 or 75, it’s always a good time to think about ways to keep your mind healthy. This means being curious about the world around you and learning new things. Keeping your mind sharp has also been proven help … Continued